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Rose de Fremery

Rose de Fremery

Rose de Fremery is a New York-based writer, technologist, teacher, and public speaker who writes about internet trends, startups, social media and sports, and business IT topics. She is the former Managing Editor of The Social Media Monthly, the world's first and only print magazine devoted to the social media revolution. While at that publication, she wrote longform articles on a wide range of subjects, including crowdfunding, Spotify and Pandora, the Obama 2012 campaign, location-based social dating, and professional sports leagues' approaches to social media. Rose is a rare hybrid technologist-writer, having served as the IT Director of a large international human rights organization for 10 years while also pursuing writing and calligraphy. She's every bit as fascinated by the magic of the written word as she is by the flicker of the screen and the communities that form behind it.

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  • ARTICLES FROM ROSE DE FREMERY

Innovation

April 19, 2018 | 4 Minute Read

Step closer to IT sustainability with green printing

You don't have to be Al Gore to see sustainability is taking off in big ways—especially with advancements in green printing.

Productivity

March 30, 2018 | 4 Minute Read

Draw inspiration for innovation from space technology

Space technology originated from innovations here on Earth—but now, IT pros can pull new inspiration from space to bring cool tech back to Earth.

Productivity

March 9, 2018 | 4 Minute Read

4 ways Poison Ivy would optimize office sustainability

If legendary comic book seductress and environmental advocate Poison Ivy were an IT manager, how would she optimize office sustainability? Find out here.

Innovation

February 20, 2018 | 4 Minute Read

Liquid biopsies are helping health care IT fight cancer

The "C" word—cancer—is pretty scary. It can crop up in many forms, but health care IT is hoping to fight back with liquid biopsies.

Innovation

November 3, 2017 | 4 Minute Read

What the future of automation holds for modern-day Luddites

The future of automation advances every day, but worker anxiety is repeating history—specifically, Luddite history. Here's what we can foresee:

Culture

October 27, 2017 | 4 Minute Read

3 lessons IT decision-makers can learn from the Uber economy

The Uber economy has demonstrated technology's power to transform entire markets. What lessons can IT decision-makers apply at their companies?